President Donald Trump once called Saudi Arabia "the world's biggest funder of terrorism," but seems closer than ever with the traditional U.S. ally.
Hamza is already designated as a “global terrorist” by the United States.
“I got the impression that they were a loose people,” wrote bin Laden of a teenage trip to the U.K. in his personal journal.
The U.S. military’s brutal and ineffective interrogation program started at Gitmo, then spread to Abu Ghraib. One man who tried to stop it—and failed—now fears America may torture again.
Four U.S. Green Berets were killed in the October 4 attack blamed on ISIS-affiliated militants.
Fearless ISIS recruits in Yemen may have completed jihadi training, but not before being subject to an excruciating hazing routine.
Moscow had claimed the killing of ISIS leader Baghdadi, but he appeared in an audio message last month.
Chad has been fighting Boko Haram and Al-Qaeda for years, but Trump says it’s not playing ball with Washington.
Mali has played host to a raft of extremist groups in recent years but people’s reasons for joining are often the same.
The group called for followers to target Trump for his "crimes against Islam."
Muslim author calls on Osama Bin Laden's son to find his way back to true, and peaceful, Islam.
Over 400,000 Rohingya have fled into Bangladesh after a military crackdown.
The CIA chief says documents from the 2011 special forces raid to be published in "weeks."
It's unknown whether Hamza bin Laden is his father's anointed heir, but he keeps appearing in the group's propaganda.
The Pentagon says there are actually 11,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan, 2,600 more than were previously said to be there.
Once a primary recipient of CIA assistance, the Free Syrian Army has since turned on U.S. efforts to battle ISIS using Kurdish militias.
Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah declared August 28 to be Lebanon's greatest victory since expelling Israel in 2000, and thanked Syria for its support.
President Donald Trump said he would shift U.S. strategy in Afghanistan to one based on results, not timetables.
Amad al-Faqi al-Mahdi was jailed for nine years in 2016 after pleading guilty to war crimes.
In a new book, Prudence Bushnell, the U.S. envoy to Kenya in 1998, recounts her constant warnings that the embassy was vulnerable.
Russia and the Taliban Islamist militant group are both separately demanding that the U.S. leave Afghanistan after nearly 16 years of war.
The jihadi group orders followers to strike train stations to cause mass disruption.